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Towards the Third Way: Interdisciplinary Attitudes to the History and Practice of Listening: Report of Discussions

  • William Lockhart

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Contributions to the discussions following the papers presented at the Royal Musical Association conference ‘Listening: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ held at King's College, Cambridge, on 24–25 November 2006 were particularly animated. This paper attempts to capture in outline the main exchanges of the question-and-answer sessions, while at the same time doing justice to the broad interdisciplinary spirit that characterized the event.

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1 Page references to this special issue of this journal are contained in parentheses in the text.

2 See, for instance, Fred Everett Maus, ‘The Disciplined Subject of Musical Analysis’, Beyond Structural Listening? Postmodern Modes of Hearing, ed. Andrew Dell'Antonio (Berkeley, CA, 2004), 13–43.

3 Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno, Dialectic of Enlightenment: Philosophical Fragments, ed. Gunzelin Schmid Noerr, trans. Edmund Jephcott (Stanford, CA, 2002), 25–6.

4 Roland Barthes, The Responsibility of Forms: Critical Essays on Music, Art, and Representation, trans. Richard Howard (New York, 1985), 255.

5 Roland Barthes, The Responsibility of Forms: Critical Essays on Music, Art, and Representation, trans. Richard Howard (New York, 1985), 255.

6 Roland Barthes, The Responsibility of Forms: Critical Essays on Music, Art, and Representation, trans. Richard Howard (New York, 1985), 255. 247.

7 Barthes, The Responsibility of Forms, 245.

8 Karlheinz Stockhausen and Jonathan Cott, Stockhausen: Conversations with the Composer (London, 1974), 30.

9 Karlheinz Stockhausen and Jonathan Cott, Stockhausen: Conversations with the Composer (London, 1974), 31.

10 See Plato, The Republic, ed. Giovanni R. F. Ferrari, trans. Tom Griffith (Cambridge, 2002), 398c–399c.

Towards the Third Way: Interdisciplinary Attitudes to the History and Practice of Listening: Report of Discussions

  • William Lockhart

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